It provides a recap of some of the basic concepts in Reservoir Engineering required to perform reservoir fluid flow calculations, and gives examples of the types of calculation that may be performed, and when these are required. The principles of how to define the material balance and flow calculations is established and how to solve the pressure equations. Practical issues around gridding, defining and controlling wells and upscaling are introduced.
This course forms part of the Heriot-Watt Distance Learning MSc Petroleum Engineering. Classes may be attended by individuals who seek to understand better the subject but who are not registered for the degree course.
Introduction and Case Studies; Basic Concepts in Reservoir Engineering
BASIC CONCEPTS IN RESERVOIR ENGINEERING
RESERVOIR SIMULATION MODEL SET-UP
Simulation Input
Simulation Output
Analysis of Results
CHAPTER 4
GRIDDING AND WELL MODELLING
THE FLOW EQUATIONS
NUMERICAL METHODS IN RESREVOIR SIMULATION
PERMEABILITY UPS CALING LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
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Introduction and case studies
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